Like many of Colombia’s greatest coffee-producing regions, Caldas is situated high up in the mountains where the unique micro-climate protects the production of the finest quality coffee. The farmers that live and work there operate small farms of around 2-3 hectares, on average. And the landscape is challenging; at such high altitudes and with scarce road infrastructures, people often have to rely on the use of donkeys to climb to their farms, transport their goods and get around.
Event Information and Excerpts from Michael R. Bloomberg
Michael R. Bloomberg hosted Bloomberg’s first-ever Americas Monetary Summit, featuring Central Bank leaders from Canada, Chile, Colombia, Peru and the United States. Brazil’s Finance Minister also spoke.
These policy makers shared their economic forecasts for 2015-2016, and strategies to boost growth, handle inflation and create more jobs amid a shifting global environment.
In the Orinoquia region of Colombia, two oil fields run by Toronto-based Pacific Rubiales Energy last week became the first to be certified as “socially and environmentally responsible,” according to a new standard. The two sites produce approximately 250,000 barrels per day, or 25 percent of Colombia’s total output.
The Newly Renovated CPXi Community Center Will Provide Vital Services to Nearly 5,000 Children and Youth in Barranquilla
Kansas City, MO, July 9, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Michael Seiman, the chief executive officer and co-founder of the global digital media company CPXi, has helped fund a major renovation of a Children International community center in Colombia. The newly renovated CPXi Community Center will provide vital services to nearly 5,000 children and youth.